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CSPAN
Sep 29, 2012 11:00pm EDT
but give her six years and has potential. and elizabeth warren sheet is is elected there are a couple. we just need to get more women elected. research that has been done that says to make any kind of difference you need 25%. part of the culture comes as competition more women have the opportunity. because the women we profile in the book who were still in congress are not running again. the women are giving up hour don't see themselves to compromise. >> for various reasons with nrg being seats in the house is easier for anybody to get elected to the house or the state house. women with local issues pushing women into the house there is a precedent in the country electing somebody with their own may experience is in the house. don't tell the members of the house but it is thought to be the minor leagues pro they don't really know national issues because they only serve the local constituents. except gerald ford who was not elected women may be getting into the house with that man not get them into the white house. with governors and senators. >> will open to questions and answers. >>
CSPAN
Oct 3, 2012 7:30am EDT
elected, you know, the elizabeth warren for payday lending will not go into effect. >> trevor, you've been kind of itching to get in here. you want to dive in? >> some of this resembles a conversation we literally had 100 years ago when the wall street trust elected theodore roosevelt because they thought he would not enforce these new antitrust laws against them. that was ideological. they didn't like william jennings bryan, they probably thought he was a socialist, but their view was that we want our thinking in the white house and in the justice department, and we want someone who sees the economy our way. is that a business interest? is that a philosophical/ideological interest? you know, after the election the great line that came out of that was henry clay frick who said about roosevelt we bought the son of a bitch, he just didn't stay bought. [laughter] and roosevelt ended up saying we ought to get rid of private money in federal elections, we ought to have public money out of the treasury because trust corporations shouldn't be deciding who the president is. i think if you look bac
CSPAN
Oct 3, 2012 12:00pm EDT
them that if he is elected then he elizabeth warren plan for pay lending will not going to affect. >> you want to die van? seven x sum of this resembles a question we had 100 years ago when bill wall street trust selected theodore roosevelt because of the thought that he would not enforce the new antitrust law. there was indeed a logical. they didn't like william jennings bryan and they thought he was a socialist, but the view was we want our thinking in the white house and in the justice the board met and we want someone who sees the economy our way. is that a business interest or philosophical and theological difference? the great line that came out of that was henry clay who set about roosevelt when he bought the son of a bitch and didn't stay bought and we ought to get rid and have public funding of the treasury because the trust corporation's shouldn't be decided who the president is. i think if you look back at the supreme court of the citizens united case what you see is a court that has two different views in descending the majority over what's happening. and we see it pla
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